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1958 Miles is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1974 on CBS/Sony. Recording sessions for the album took place on May 26, 1958, at Columbia's 30th Street Studio and September 9, 1958, at the Plaza Hotel in New York City
But in Davis’ powerful ’58 lineup-featuring John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb-Evans was in the spotlight night after night, a minority of one. And Miles was not about to let him forget it. Miles used to mess with hi. Evans influenced Davis’ outlook and guided his taste, introducing him to a host of modern classical composers. He then played catalyst to-and co-composer of much of the material on-the modal-jazz masterpiece Kind of Blue. I planned that album around the piano playing of Bill Evans, Davis admitted in 1989. The story of how they grew together and then apart is all the more poignant given the time and place they lived in. In the late ’50s, America was witnessing the civil rights movement in its early maturity, awakening to the complexities of race relations in modern times.
1957 and featuring Davis with Bobby Jaspar on tenor, pianist Tommy Flanagan, Chamber and Jones. Concluding this set is a televised jam-session version of "What Is This Thing Called Love" on which the personnel listing is mostly wrong. Davis is not present (the trumpeter might be Nat Adderley or Art Farmer ) but one can hear baritonist Gerry Mulligan, trombonist Bennie Green and percusionist Candido. Miles Davis and 'Trane completists will need to acquire this LP anyway.
Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane. Trumpet – Miles Davis. Tracks 6 to 10 are bonus tracks. Live In Holland (CD, Album, Mono). Stash Records Inc. CECC 00093.
Tracks 1-3 originally issued on Jazz Track (CL 1268) on October 19, 1959 Producer: Cal Lampley Engineer: Harold Chapman May 26, 1958 Miles Davis (tpt); Cannonball Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d) Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC Note: Over the years this title . Visit ww. nGuardOnline. gov for social networking safety tips for parents and youth. Focuses on the final chapter in the landmark collaboration between Davis and saxophonist John Coltrane: their last live performances together.
Miles Davis and John Coltrane were each implementing their own jazz revolutions at the time these recordings were made and the electrifying sonic frisson produced by the ng musical visions of the artists perplexed contemporary jazz fans–many of whom were just getting acquainted with the recently-released and now iconic Kind of Blue.
2012 Best Jazz Album - Digitally Remastered. 2014 Remastered 2014. Late Night Tales: Nils Frahm. 1958 саундтрек к фильму. The Complete Miles Davis Featuring John Coltrane.
Miles has the modal, lyrical Bill Evans on piano. And a mellow Coltrane really listens here to what others are playing. And the great Miles himself, slightly sad and melancholy and tuneful with that Harmon mute. Four and Walkin' were from a live performance at the Cafe Bohemia on May 17, 1958. Miles is on trumpet, Coltrane on tenor, and the rhythm section - Bill Evans on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums. So What, as mentioned above, was from a broadcast from CBS-TV Studio 61 in NYC on April 2, 1959. Personnel: Miles on both trumpet and flugelhorn, Coltrane playing both tenor and alto sax, Wynton Kelly on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums. Milestones was recorded at The Pinède, Antibes, France on July 27, 1963.
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